Attractions in the West Loop

Attractions, sights, and museums in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood.

Drinking and Writing Theater

Some things were just meant to be together. The Drinking and Writing Theater hits the nail on the head combining two acts that can play an influential and enhancing role in the experience of each.

Redmoon Theater: Engaging Community Through Puppetry, Gadgetry, and Engineering Wonders

Redmoon Theater: Engaging Community Through Puppetry, Gadgetry, and Engineering Wonders

The Redmoon Theater defines its productions as equal parts pageantry, gadgetry, acrobatics, and ephemera. They’re creating out of the ordinary, daring productions that surprise you, dazzle you, and take place in unexpected and new locations.

Cirque du Soleil’s OVO

Cirque du Soleil’s OVO

As you know if you’ve seen any of the Cirque du Soleil productions, you’ll be captivated and delighted by all of the show’s hallmarks: amazing acrobats and contortionists, dazzling themed costumes, and oddball intergalactic clowns.

Chicago French Market (West Loop)

Inside the Metra’s Ogilvie Transportation Center is the last place you’d expect to find delicious French street fare, but tucked away between ticketing booths and platform entrances lies the Chicago French Market.

Iguana Cafe (Cafe, Bar, River West)

Location: 517 N. Halsted Phone: (312) 432-0663 Website: Do you miss those coffee shops in Europe where you could linger for […]

DeLux (Bar, River West)

Location: 669 N. Milwaukee Ave. Phone: (312) 850-4008 Website: It’s amazing how certain bars become a staple for those within walking […]

United Center

Ahh the glory moments. Three bulls championships (in a row!) with some of the greatest players in history… the recent Blackhawks championship. All at the United Center.

Hubbard Street Dance

Hubbard Street Dance is a world class dance studio that presents stunning performances and offers classes open to the public.

Greektown: Opa!

Chicago’s Greektown neighborhood has an amazing amount of culture and great food! Learn about how this pocket of Greek culture came to be.

Blommer Chocolate Co.

What’s that smell? It’s Blommer Chocolate Factory and it’s been enveloping the city in warm cocoa love since 1939.